Video: Qualcomm's Huge In-Display Fingerprint Sensor
We checked out Qualcomm's new, next-gen in-display fingerprint reader, which they call Sonic 3D Max. It has a 17x larger sensor area, which solves one of the larger pain points of current in-display sensors. It's also faster, more reliable, and offers options for much greater security. This hands-on video shows the new sensor in action.
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Disclosure: Qualcomm covered all expenses for the author's trip to the Qualcomm Snapdragon Summit in Hawaii.
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